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One at a time, you could potentially label all of them. If you're asking how many proteins you could label at once, your biggest limitation is probably your microscope. In order to distinguish between different types of proteins you need different color fluorescent labels (dyes, fluorescent proteins, etc). Even the fanciest fluorescent microscopes tend to ...


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Surprisingly, the answer is yes. In 2012 Tanizawa et al published a paper titled Microorganism mediated synthesis of reduced graphene oxide films. The gist of it is that most of the steps (including the structuring of the graphene sheet) were carried out with chemical synthesis, but a final reduction step from graphene oxide to graphene was carried out using ...



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